The Top Java Memory Problems – Part 2


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    High Memory Usage

    It may seem odd, but too much memory usage is an increasingly frequent and critical problem in today’s enterprise applications. Although the average server often has 10, 20 or more GB of memory, a high degree of parallelism and a lack of awareness on the part of the developer lead to memory shortages. Another issue is that while it is possible to use multiple gigabytes of memory in today’s JVMs the side effects are very long GC pauses. Sometimes increasing the memory is seen as a workaround to memory leaks or badly written software. More often than not this makes things worse in the long run and not better. These are the most common causes for high memory usage.

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